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SEC Ties for Highest Number of NCAA Bids
The SEC surprised many experts who would have expected a bit of a down year by having eight total teams making the cut on Selection Sunday, tying the conference known for its football programs with the ACC for the most tournament bids of any conference. Conference tournament champion Kentucky was expected to be there at the beginning of the year, but after struggling mightily in the middle of the season, they used their tournament title as a big boost that netted them a five seed in the South Region. Auburn parlayed a regular season conference title into a four seed in the Midwest, and they could be a sleeper team to make it out of the region by some experts. One dark horse team to watch is Missouri, who earned an 8 seed in the West and will also have the services of highly-touted freshman Michael Porter Jr., who can finally show the college basketball world what it's been missing all season due to his injured back.
Pac 12 Seeking to Make the Most Out of Only Three Bids
The Pac 12 is looking to prove doubters wrong in this 2018 tournament after having only three teams selected for a spot in the field. They're only sending conference regular season and tournament champion Arizona along with two teams relegated to a play-in game in UCLA and Arizona State. The conference's second place finisher USC was by many accounts the biggest snub this March, and the three teams involved in the tourney are looking to make runs through the second weekend and beyond to prove its worth. Arizona has perhaps the best player in college basketball and potential number one NBA draft pick in forward Deandre Ayton, and if history proves anything, having the best player in the field is generally a good recipe for success.
ACC Looking Strong Heading Into 2018 Tournament with Eight Bids
Not surprisingly, the ACC is tied for the lead for most teams receiving tourney bids heading into March Madness this year. South regional one seed Virginia may be the favorite to win it all in head coach Tony Bennett's ninth year in Charlottesville, and with the best defense in the country, they'll surely be the pick in many a bracket to take the whole thing. Familiar faces Duke and North Carolina are both looking like strong bets to make yet another Final Four for their illustrious programs. Another blue chip program in Syracuse was the last team in this year and despite facing a tough uphill battle starting in their play-in game has the recent experience in shocking the college basketball world when they made a Final Four appearance in 2016 as a 10 seed and after receiving much criticism for being included in the field at all.
Big 12 May Be the Best Top-to-Bottom Conference in 2018 Tourney
The Big 12 is looking strong heading into the NCAA Tournament this year with a solid seven teams in the field. The Midwest region's top-seeded Kansas looks like a solid Final Four contender as they do most years, but Jayhawk fans everywhere hope that this isn't a repeat of many years' past in which the team disappoints with an early exit despite a high seed. Bob Huggins' West Virginia squad will always be dangerous come tourney time with their famous press defense giving unfamiliar opponents an extremely difficult matchup. While Oklahoma barely snuck in and may be the tournament's most controversial inclusion, they boast perhaps the best talent in college basketball this year in freshman point guard Trae Young, who Sooner fans are hoping can help recreate some Kemba Walker in 2011-esque magic that guided UCONN to a very unexpected championship.
Big Ten Seeking to Capitalize Despite Small Number of Tourney Bids for Conference
The Big Ten is not nearly as deep of a conference as it has been in recent years, with only four teams earning bids in this year's tournament, but their top-heaviness has left them with some serious contenders for the teams that are in. Michigan earned a 3 seed in the West and is playing as well as any team in the entire country while coming off of a second consecutive Big Ten Tournament Championship. Little needs to be said about Michigan State's chances with coach Tom Izzo at the helm. His track record with getting some of his lesser talented teams into the Final Four is remarkable, but this year's squad spent most of the season in the top five of the rankings and are serious contenders to win Midwest Region as a 3 seed, as well. Purdue may have the best offense in the country and is another serious title contender and Ohio State has one of the best players in the entire country in Conference Player of the Year Keita Bates-Diop leading the way to a hopeful Final Four appearance for Buckeye fans.
New Big East Establishing Itself as Powerhouse, Just as Its Predecessor Was
The Big East was in jeopardy of being relegated to an afterthought among the power conferences in college basketball once the conference realigned once more in 2013, losing premiere long-time programs like Syracuse and Pittsburgh. Teams like Xavier, Creighton and Butler have since been a stabilizing force while teams from the old guard like Providence and Seton Hall have flourished. They earned an impressive six bids for the ten team conference, with powerhouses Villanova (1 seed in the East) and Xavier (1 seed in the West) giving them the distinction of being the only conference with two top seeds this year. 'Nova may be the overall favorite to win their second title in three years, and scrappy teams like Providence and Seton Hall are not to be overlooked, lest teams playing them are looking to go home early. Don't be shocked to see two or three teams from this league playing deep into the tournament's second weekend.
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